Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

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Monday, October 12, 2009

OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAMMES

One major objective of the training is problem solving in ongoing processes. Training can solve a variety of manpower problems including operational problems involving manpower component. If not solved, these problems may lead to the reduction of optimum productivity. These problems can emerge within any group, such as except non-except, line and staff, unskilled, skilled, lower, middle and upper management. These problems are according to natures and all are having a common denominator, the solution required individual to their appreciative backgrounds specific identifiable items of additional knowledge skill or understanding. Organization wide, these problems includes needs to

a) Increase productivity

b) Improve the quality of work, work life and raise morals

c) Develop new skills, knowledge, attitudes and understanding

d) Correct use of new tools, machines, processes, methods or modifications thereof

e) Reduce wastage, accidents, turnover, lateness, absenteeism, and other overhead costs.

f) Implement new or changed policies or regulations

g) Fight obsolescence in skills, technologies, methods, products, markets, capital management etc.

h) Bring incumbents to that level of performance which meets the standard of performance for the job.

i) Develop replacements, prepare people for advancement, improve manpower deployment and ensure continuity of leadership.

j) Ensure the survival and growth of the organization.

k) Optimum utilization of human resources at the organization can be considered as an objective of training programs. The training and development programs further help the employee to achieve the organizational goals as well as their individual goals.

l) Training and development is inculcating the sense of team work, team spirit, and inter-team collaborations. It helps in inculcating the zeal to learn with in the employees.

m) Training programs can be used to building the positive perception and feeling about the organization. The employees get these feelings from leaders, subordinators, and peers.

n) Health and safety is a major factor at the organization. Training programs in the sense of health and safety helps in improving the health and safety of the organization thus preventing obsolescence; and it will helps to create healthy work environment through changing attitudes of the both employees and employers.

o) Finally the training programs are objected to develop human resources at the organization in technically and behaviorally in an organization. It also helps to development of an organization through more effective works, decision making and problem solving too. Training programs reduces the stress of management and employer; because when employees receive good training, they are able to solve their problems and make effective decisions, even under limited resources.

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